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Our Class Makes a Film: We Travel with Marco Polo


Published 1975?


This film follows each step in the production of a 16mm film on the travels of Marco Polo made by seventh graders, and shows the motion picture the students made. Willis Simms’ 7th Grade Art Class at Hughes Jr. High School in Woodland Hills, California, is shown crafting papier-mâché figures and painted backdrops for a film that was made over two semesters. Music by Robert Clark, narration by daughter Ellen Simms and neighbor Kenneth Jones. Distributed by ACG. For more on Simms, visit http://www.afana.org/simmswillis.htm


Run time 13:31
Producer Willis Simms
Production Company Sigma Films
Sponsor Ellen Simms
Audio/Visual sound, color

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